As well as being responsible for the famous cover that shows refracting light through a prism, he created the mournful-looking cow on the front of Atom Heart Mother, the burning businessman on the sleeve of Wish You Were Here and the giant pig flying over Battersea Power Station for the album Animals.
What does AHM stand for?
AHM stands for Atom Heart Mother (Pink Floyd album)
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- À Mon Humble Avis (French: In My Humble Opinion)
- American Hardware Manufacturers Association
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The sets - which sometimes last up to three hours - include favourites from Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, and The Wall.
Albums such as Ummagumma, Atom Heart Mother and Obscured by Cloud earned them a loyal following, and on March 24, 1973, they unveiled an album which would become legendary.
Pink Floyd albums were Pipers at the Gates of Dawn (1967), Saucerful of Secrets (1968), Ummagumma (1969), Atom Heart Mother (1970), Meddle (1971), Obscured by Clouds (1972), Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975), Animals (77), The Wall (79), The Final Cut (1983), Momentary Lapse of Reason (87), Delicate Sound of Thunder (88), The Division Bell (94), Is There Anyone Out There?
And for months after I saw Hipgnosis's pastoral-pop sleeve for Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother, cows seemed just somehow very profound.
They don't appear here as such but the collection does include Love You, a solo whimsy from Syd 'Crazy Diamond' Barrett and an extract from Music From the Body, Roger Waters' oddball collaboration with Ron Geesin who worked with the band on Ummagumma and Atom Heart Mother.